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Dance Dance Revolution (TV Video Games) - Dance Dance Revolution Disney Mix
... Dance Dance Revolution Disney Mix is a TV Plug-n-Play version of the Dance Dance Revolution dancing video game ... This version of Dance Dance Revolution is intended for younger users ... This game was originally sold exclusively in Disney Theme Parks ...
Dance Dance Revolution Disney Dancing Museum
... Dance Dance Revolution Disney Dancing Museum was released only in Japan in November 2000 for the Nintendo 64 ... N64 controller designed for this mix that featured popular Disney characters. 22 (20 that must be unlocked) songs from various Disney franchises and other popular musical numbers ...
Dance Dance Revolution Disney Grooves
... Dance Dance Revolution Disney Grooves is a video game in the North American Dance Dance Revolution series for the Nintendo Wii by Konami ... It was released on 02009-04-02April 2, 2009, Disney Grooves is the third DDR title for the Wii and the fourth Disney title in the music video game's series ... Entertainment on 02008-10-07October 7, 2008, Dance Dance Revolution Disney Grooves features greater integration with the Wii such as support for dancing Miis which can dress up in Disney-related costumes ...
List Of Disney Interactive Studios Games - D
... Dance Dance Revolution Disney's World Dancing Museum (2000) Dance Dance Revolution Disney Mix (2000) Dance Dance Revolution Disney Channel Edition' (2008 ... Scream Team Training (2001) Disney/Pixar's Toy Story 2 Activity Center (2002) Disney Princess (2003) Disney Princess Magical Jewels (2007) Disney Princess ...

Famous quotes containing the words dance and/or revolution:

    People come to see beauty, and I dance to give it to them.
    Judith Jamison (b. 1944)

    To deny the need for comprehensive child care policies is to deny a reality—that there’s been a revolution in American life. Grandma doesn’t live next door anymore, Mom doesn’t work just because she’d like a few bucks for the sugar bowl.
    Editorial, The New York Times (September 6, 1983)